It began as a Forests Department settlement for the men and their families harvesting mallet bark for the tanning industry. The Lions Dryandra Woodland Village was established by several Perth based Lions service clubs in 1972 with the intention of providing a holiday camp for disadvantaged children.
The village offers a range of accommodation; 6 large huts, 2 small huts and the Currawong Complex for groups of 25 or more. Fees apply and for more information visit Lions Dryandra Woodland Village.
The Kawana Walk is ideal for families. Crossing from mallet plantation to kwongan and back into mallet, this walk provides great opportunities for birdwatching, echidna spotting or just looking at the beautiful dryandras.
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded within a 5km radius of Lions Dryandra Woodland Village.
We recognise and acknowledge Aboriginal people as the traditional owners of Dryandra Woodland National Park.